Almost 3 million people are believed to have fled their homes in recent years, mostly due to ethnic violence. And human rights organizations are accusing authorities of forcing people to go back to their homes, where many still don't feel safe.
Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed looks increasingly vulnerable as he faces deep divisions in the ruling coalition, simmering ethnic conflicts and millions of internally displaced people.
Many people who flee from crisis situations are unable to leave their own countries. DW journalists have analysed Africa's refugee crises: Internally displaced people are the most vulnerable.
Crises and disasters threatened more than 132 million people in 2018, and many of them hardly made the headlines. The Care aid organization looks at humanitarian issues that were underreported last year.
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